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  1. Sony Interactive Group Shuts Down as Layoffs Begin

    1:11 pm 3/17/2014

    UPDATED: Sony Pictures Entertainment is laying off 216 people in California this week in its effort to save $100 million annually.Read more

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  2. Sony Home Entertainment Exec Steps Down Amid Pending Layoffs

    1:00 pm 3/14/2014

    Matt Brown, executive vp worldwide commercial at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, is leaving the company as it restructures. Read more

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  3. Sony Entertainment Hires Bain & Co. to Cut $100 Million in Annual Costs

    1:38 pm 11/18/2013

    UPDATED: CEO Michael Lynton is planning to announce the hire, which could lead to layoffs, at Thursday's investor meeting.Read more

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  4. 'Monsters University' Remains at No. 1 on Home Video Sales Chart

    5:18 pm 11/13/2013

    Two new Sony Pictures releases, "Grown Ups 2" and "White House Down," posed a strong challenge.Read more

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  5. Box Office Shocker: 'Now You See Me' Crosses $100 Million Overseas

    12:46 pm 8/7/2013

    Summit's $75 million magician heist pic has earned roughly $235 million worldwide, more than big-budget tentpoles "The Lone Ranger" and "White House Down." Read more

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  6. China Box Office: 'Fast & Furious 6' Topples 'White House Down' to Lead Rankings

    11:03 pm 7/28/2013

    The latest installment of the Vin Diesel-led franchise surged past the Channing Tatum/Jamie Foxx thriller to the become top earner in Chinese cinemas last week.Read more

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  7. 5 Ways to Fix the Summer Movie Box-Office Crisis

    3:19 pm 7/23/2013

    Fewer animated pics? More for women? "R.I.P.D." adds to the body count as studios begin to question the megabudget strategy; says one analyst, "They may pull back a bit."Read more

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  8. China Box Office: 'After Earth' Retains Pole Position –- But Not for Long

    10:09 am 7/22/2013

    The Will and Jaden Smith feature enjoyed a healthy second week in Chinese cinemas, but is expected to fade out with the Monday opening of "White House Down."Read more

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  9. Too Many Tentpoles: Hollywood's Homegrown Summer Movie Crisis

    1:00 am 7/17/2013

    "Pacific Rim," "The Lone Ranger" and "White House Down" flops are leading studios to re-evaluate their plans as an overcrowded summer schedule leads to millions in losses; one analyst tells THR, "It's not worth the pain."Read more

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  10. Free 'White House Down' July 4 Screening Draws 100,000 Military

    11:29 am 7/5/2013

    Active military and veterans were given free admission to Sony's Channing Tatum/Jamie Foxx action film on Independence Day. Read more

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